A former investment banker and senior manager at Evercore Group, Frank Perkins Hixon Jr, faces charges of insider trading in cases filed by US authorities, Reuters reported.
New York-based BlackRock Inc said civil proceedings were started by Italy's securities regulator against Nigel Bolton, one of its money managers, over the trade of Saipem's shares last year, Bloomberg reported.
A verdict of not guilty was entered by a Dallas jury on the case of insider trading against billionaire Mark Cuban.
Jury deliberations on the insider trading case against Mark Cuban started Wednesday.
Country Garden Holdings Co. had suspended its share trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange after the Hong Kong Economic Journal said that the company had leaked home subscription data through a staff memo.
Billionaire Mark Cuban said during a court trial last Monday that the stake he sold from an Internet search firm was long been planned.
SEC Lawyer Jan Folena said Mark Cuban cheated when he sold his shares in an Internet firm nine years ago.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Mark Cuban of insider trading.
The case against SAC Capital and Michael Steinberg was bolstered with the testimony of former analyst Ron Dennis as an uncharged co-conspirator.
Securities brokerage firm Everbright would be facing a bleak future as China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) handed down a CNY523 million (USD85.5 million) fine and corporate suspensions for insider trading.
Ex-SAC Capital fund manager Mathew Martoma was charged with insider trading after having received tips from a source identified as "Doctor-2".
According to a person familiar with the matter, Steven Cohen would remain under investigation even after prosecutors missed a late July deadline for charges labeled as the largest insider trading in history.
Mark Murrel and two others charged with insider trading for Dow Chemical Co's acquisition of Rohm & Haas Co in 2008.
SAC Capital’s Steven A. Cohen invoked his right to the Fifth Amendment after being summoned to testify before a grand jury about insider trading in his company.
Robert Ramnarine, former Bristol-Myers executive pleaded guilty to the insider trading charges filed against him.